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Managing Business and Engineering Projects By John M. Nicholas

Managing Business and Engineering Projects by John M. Nicholas

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Summary

An overview of the concepts and technology of project management as they apply to a wide range of business and technical situations.

Managing Business and Engineering Projects Summary

Managing Business and Engineering Projects: Concepts and Implementation by John M. Nicholas

Text/reference covers origins, applications, and philosophy of project management, and describes scheduling, budgeting, and control. Includes many technical project examples, and provides exposure to relevant business concepts and management specifics. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland,

Table of Contents



1. Introduction.

I. PHILOSOPHY AND CONCEPTS.

2. What Is Project Management?
3. Systems and Organizations.
4. Systems Methodologies.

II. SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT CYCLE.

5. Systems Development Cycle: Early Stages.
6. Systems Development Cycle: Middle and Later Stages.

III. ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR.

7. Project Organization Structure.
8. Project Roles, Responsibility, and Authority.
9. Managing Conflict and Stress in Projects.

IV. SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES.

10. Work Definition and Scheduling.
11. Network Scheduling and PERT.
12. CPM, Network Resource Allocation and Extensions.
13. Cost Estimating and Budgeting.
14. Project Control.
15. Project Management Information Systems.
16. Project Evaluation, Reporting, and Termination.
17. Project Failure, Success, and Lessons Learned.
Appendices.

Additional information

GOR004478993
9780135518540
0135518547
Managing Business and Engineering Projects: Concepts and Implementation by John M. Nicholas
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Pearson Education (US)
1989-12-11
496
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